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Volume 2019 - Number 1

January 4, 2019

MBS Issuers Experimenting With Stop-Advance Feature

Issuers of non-agency mortgage-backed securities are adding more variety to the stop-advance features of the deals, leading to criticism from rating services. Industry analysts, though, said the move doesnít necessarily create new risks. With non-agency MBS, master servicers have to advance the principal and interest due for delinquent loans. Historically, they had to make the payments if the advances were deemed recoverable, analysts at Deutsche Bank Securities noted ...

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